Welcome to June 1, 2016 at Sunny the Song . Com

Here’s a story from Bobby’s daughter, Kitoto Von Hebb

 

Hello everyone! I thought I’d share with you a little memory I have of my Dad. This is him teaching me how to play the bongos when I was a little over a year old. Daddy always loved teaching me about music. In fact? The first song he taught me was ‪#‎HelloDolly‬ by ‪#‎LouisArmstrong‬. Dad called him “Satchmo” and did a perfect impersonation of his voice for me. I laughed and laughed. I was about three when I learned to sing it myself. Two things dad absolutely loved to do, was to teach, and to make people

kitoto and bobby

Pastor Rosetta Swain and a beautiful photograph – from Rosetta:


What a happy and fun day with Bobby Hebb at South Nashville Day where it all begin

rosetta and Bobby

THE SUNNY SONG OF THE DAY
SACCIO and U W E

June 1 Sunny Song of the Day Saccio and U.W.E.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdNVEv-X2ww

saccio

 

 

 

 

Annenmaykantereit perform “SUNNY”

 The band Annenmaykantereit
The band Annenmaykantereit  in Batschkapp play “SUNNY” Once they made street music , now they fill the Batschkapp – and they do it twice . The band played on Friday Annenmaykantereit the sellout Hall . The cards for the additional date are almost gone As a guest , the band gets from time to time the trumpeter Ferdinand Schwarz on stage . Two cover songs are played . One of them is a decelerated , bluesy version of “Sunny ” by Bobby Hebb
 
Chez Heinz, Hannover Hannover, Germany
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Veranstaltungsort für Livemusik
Address: Liepmannstraße 7B, 30453 Hannover, Germany


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grkkV1ZUcxA

Bobby was in the Studio with David Pike’s Sunny Recording, 1965

 jazz for the jet set

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Herbie Mann’s debut as a producer, records “Sunny” in 1965

with David Pike.  Bobby was in the studio watching.

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Herbie Mann’s debut as a producer, for which he assembled bands including Bill Doggett’s guitarist (Billy Butler), Ray Charles’ drummer (Bruno Carr); Clark Terry; and a bunch of others, including — playing organ throughout — Herbie Hancock. I’d love to see this in a Down Beat “blindfold test.” Pike plays marimba.

According to recent obits of Bobby Hebb, this version of “Sunny” was released before Bobby’s own.

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The Beatles in 1965 on the cover of JET MAGAZINE

In 1966 Bobby Hebb and the Beatles appeared together in Jet Magazine,

September of 1966. We are looking for more copies of JET MAGAZINE

that may have stories on Bobby.  Write to hebb_project{@}yahoo.com

beatles and Jet Magazine 1965IO

 

Found the Beatles on the cover of JET MAGAZINE in 1965.  The year before they toured with Bobby.   It’s on someone’s eBay page http://www.ebay.com/itm/BEATLES-ON-COVER-OF-JET-MAGAZINE-/301944778406?hash=item464d4faea6:g:iOgAAOSwB4NW0fI8

jet

Did Paul McCartney write a song for the magazine in the 1970s???

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PAUL-McCARTNEY-WINGS-JET-RARE-YUGO-PRESS-UNIQUE-7-PS-1973-BEATLES-APPLE-/262432489621?hash=item3d1a320095:g:~sQAAOSwPYZU3nB00i

 

jet 1

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PAUL-MCCARTNEY-WINGS-JET-LET-ME-ROLL-IT-1973-BEATLES-UNIQUE-RARE-EXYU-7-PS-/311291409431?hash=item487a69f417:g:miQAAOSweW5U28SW

1974 JET

jet 2

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PAUL-McCARTNEY-Beatles-Jet-1974-UK-Poster-size-Press-ADVERT-16×12-/231779446064?hash=item35f721ad30:g:zmQAAOSwymxVN-Zw

jet 3

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PAUL-McCARTNEY-JET-FANTASY-45-PICTURE-SLEEVE-THE-BEATLES-/131738263461?hash=item1eac365fa5:g:uegAAOSwbdpWX75Q

jet 4

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Paul-McCartney-Jet-Japan-7-Beatles-/360343452502?hash=item53e624bb56:m:mrz0F7WZeIY78oJGDtFgd0g

 

The Supremes in JET MAGAZINE

supremes Jet Magazine

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FEB-3-1966-JET-DIGEST-SIZED-MAGAZINE-THE-SUPREMES-W-CENTERFOLD-XXIX-17-/311610198036?hash=item488d6a4814:g:eKAAAOSwcL5XMyWE

SEPTEMBER 8 1966 JET DIGEST SIZED MAGAZINE JAMES EARL JONES VOL. XXX NO.22

jet sept 8 1966

 

Bobby Hebb LOVED Sammy Davis Jr.

September 15, 1966 JET MAGAZINE

sammy davis jet

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SEPT-15-1966-JET-digest-magazine-SAMMY-DAVIS-JR-/400346268600?hash=item5d367f43b8:m:m71A6kqILo39h6zh4yxCNqA

 

MEET THE BEATLES FOR REAL with Bobby Hebb

http://beatles229.rssing.com/chan-20897428/all_p75.html

Jon Pennington, Aspiring Beatleologist

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On Google Books, I found an article from the September 8, 1966 issue of the African-American publication Jet magazine, which states that “only a handful of Negroes” were visible at a Beatles concert in Memphis, Tennessee, even though the audience was over 20,000 people. However, one of the African-American fans present was the R&B singer Carla Thomas, which dovetails with Jeremy White’s observation that the Beatles had a lot of respect and admiration from African-American musicians. The article also has a photograph of the Beatles with the R&B singer Bobby Hebb, although in this case, it looks like Mr. Hebb is making out an autograph for a member of the Beatles. I guess the basic gist is that African-American musicians liked the Beatles a lot, but you didn’t see many black non-musicians in Beatle audiences either. To the Beatles’ credit, when they toured the United States in the mid-1960s, they included riders in their contracts which insisted that they would not play before racially segregated audiences.

Chapter 1 of The Bobby Hebb Story

Chapter 1
Sunny, The Story of Bobby Hebb’s Magical Composition  …his tours with the Beatles, Jimmy Page and the Yardbirds, and the evolution of one of the most significant compositions in pop music history.

By Joe Viglione

Chapter 1
SUNNY booklet photo  Bobby Hebb

“Sunny” electrified audiences in 1966 when Bobby Hebb toured with the Beatles, the most influential group in pop music history, bringing to that series of shows a hit as powerful as anything written or recorded by the Fab 4.
 
From August 12 – August 29, 1966 during that Beatles/Hebb tour, the performer garnered appreciation from the audience on the same level as the Beatles.  With the opening guitar twang/strum that preceded Hebb’s voice, and with Bobby’s authoritative pitch singing the magic word “Sunny,” waves of applause and shrieks of approval cascaded on whichever stadium or concert hall these artists appeared at.
 
It was an avalanche of acclamation!
 
That both Bobby Hebb’s “Sunny” and Paul  McCartney’s “Yesterday” – each Top 25 Songs of the 20th Century –  were in the repertoire of this final Beatles’ tour is a remarkable story in itself. Given the thousands of recorded versions of both titles fifty years after these two great composers met it is appropriate to consider what an iconic tour that this set of concerts would turn out to be. The underground represented by Boston University faves and Epic recording artist Barry and the Remains, the Cyrkle with two big hits themselves – Paul Simon’s “Red Rubber Ball” along with the more subdued “Turn Down Day,” and the Ronnie Spector-less Ronettes, a program that would smash records in the new millennium.   
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    The story of “Sunny” reaches back to the November 23, 1963 passing of Hal Hebb, Bobby’s mentor and older brother who performed in the band The Marigolds with the legendary Johnny Bragg after Bragg’s Prisonaires morphed into The Sunbeams and then the Marigolds, both latter groups with Hal Hebb as a member.
 
    Hal and Bobby were in a tap-dancing trio in their very younger days, called – appropriately enough – The Typewriter Brothers. Along with their family’s Hebb Kitchen Cabinet Orchestra touring the streets of Nashville, Bobby Hebb had status as a veteran performer before touring with the likes of the Beatles and then Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck in the Yardbirds, all in 1966,    
 
     The day after John F. Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963, Hal Hebb – as security at a nightclub in Nashville, was murdered.  Bobby told this writer that he immersed himself in Gerald Wilson’s wonderful 1961 jazz album, You  Better Believe It after his older brother’s tragic passing. There is some discussion on what the exact inspiration for the song “Sunny” was – the composer giving interesting insight that it was about “a better day.”
 
   A four minute and ten second song by the group Torpedo Boyz utilizes an interview Bobby granted them for the song. In it he tells the story of the creation of “Sunny.”  You can hear it by going to this link  Tiny URL dot com / trustintegritypurelove http://tinyurl.com/trustintegritypurelove
 
     According to Wikipedia: “The Torpedo Boyz are a German/Japanese electronic/musical  duo. They have released several albums, most notably Headache Music (released 23 Jan 2007.  Trust, Integrity and Pure Love” is from the critically acclaimed Headache Music cd.  
 
    PURPLE HAZE, PURPLE RAIN, PURPLE SKY   
 
    The transcript of Bobby Hebb’s telling of the creation of his song “Sunny reads like this:
 
    “I was working at Brandy’s, it’s a bar and restaurant in New York City on 84th close to Second Avenue.  (http://brandyspianobar.com/ )
“I was under the influence of Tennessee Sipping Whiskey, highly under the influence (laughs.) As a matter of fact I was so under the influence that I was afraid to go to sleep. And I looked up and I saw a purple sky. I had my guitar in my hand, and without touching a pencil, I started writing it.  And that’s how the song was born.
 
     The Torpedo Boyz   then add a repeating echo to the word “sky” after “purple sky”  and “writing it” – putting the emphasis on key components Bobby Hebb notes to what transpired when he wrote “Sunny.”
 
      Hebb continues on the recording “I hit the nail right on the head, because that’s exactly what I did. That’s a musician’s way of saying hello. Or an entertainer’s way of saying “hello, I like that.”  So you build it on trust, integrity and pure love. So, this is what I was building, I said “we want that.”
 
     The Torpedo Boyz ingeniously build a dance beat and incorporate Bobby’s story of the creation of his masterpiece, “Sunny,” by taking his advice, zeroing in on the key phrase, “Trust, Integrity and Pure Love,” what Bobby built “Sunny” on, the Torpedo Boyz utilize that philosophy as a title for their song on Bobby Hebb’s composing the song “Sunny” and adding a thick layer of guitar, flute and beats to generate a contemporary re-telling of the story of “Sunny.”   They repeat Bobby’s pronunciation of “Trust, Integrity and Pure Love” over the layers of sound, echoing the word “love” at the end.  It’s brilliant.
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     HIGH TIDE AND GREEN GRASS

     Sometime in the 1990s and early 2000’s Bobby was working on a
composition entitled “low tide.” As he lived in Rockport and on Cape  Ann the beach would, of course, be fertile material for songwriting.   Bobby shelved the song because he had felt the term “low tide” had negative connotations. “Sunny” – of course – is the ultimate in optimism. 
 
   Whatever the “inspiration” for the composition “Sunny” what is true is that it has every element of genius in it. With Bobby’s blind parents being  music teachers who also were busy leading the aforementioned Hebb Kitchen Cabinet  Orchestra, young Bobby Hebb was infused with skills that made him what  his musician comrade Nat Simpkins stated was “one of the most musical  men on the planet.”  
 
    Bobby told me that if you play “Sunny” once a day you can learn to play just about any song. It is a textbook displaying the man’s skills as a composer, lyricist and maker of grand melody.   That so many musicians are actually teaching music on YouTube with “Sunny” as their song of choice, and with respected musicians like Greg Howe having other guitarists play along to his rhythmic track of “Sunny,” or jazz greats from Pat Martino and John Scofield to Oscar Peterson and Eugene Cicero exploring the nuances of “Sunny,” to the multiple versions and remixes of James Brown’s interpretation (both in the studio and live,) is a testament to Bobby Hebb’s ability to reach every single genre of music with one powerful musical statement: “Sunny.”
 
     Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Tom Jones, James Brown and Marva Whitney – all paired p to have fun with “Sunny.” And, what is fascinating – is that one of the major duos of all time – Sonny Bono and Cher (Cherilyn Sarkisian) – recorded their versions separately. Cher in the studio, Sonny on his TV show.   (Yes, we are planning a dance mix of Sonny and Cher performing “Sunny,” and why not?)
 
    These musical pairings of legends shows how “Sunny” and its happy-go-lucky theme and musical movements brought and still brings people together, as well as sharpening the musical skills of the musicians playing the song and it’s genius structure.
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    The song “Sunny” begins with the stand at attention drum roll that gives a hint of Bobby’s time in the navy as a member of the group The Pine Island Pirates.  Later, Sly Stone would use the same drum roll sound to get attention at the opening of one of his finest songs, “Stand” by Sly and the Family Stone.  Don’t think it was a coincidence, genius breeds genius, and genius also knows to borrow from other genius. Listen to Bobby Hebb tuck the genius 007 theme into the ascending line after he sings “one so true, I love you” in “Sunny.”   A key note of interest, when Bobby Hebb recorded his follow-up album to the Sunny disc, Love Games on Epic, Bobby and his producer, James Flemming Rasmussen, utilized the large Epic studio with Sly Stone recording There’s A Riot Going On in the other studio.
 
     Bobby’s Pine Island Pirates actually played for the leader of the Republic of China, Chiang Kai-shek and  his wife, Madame Chiang Kai-shek, while their ship, the USS Pine Island (AV 12) was in that region. Bobby noted to me that one night in the crow’s nest Madame came aboard the ship and gave Bobby a nod, recognizing him as being a musician in the band she had watched perform.  Bobby said that there was an etiquette, that the sailors were not supposed to turn their heads and look at the government officials while on duty, but that Madame Chiang Kai-shek allowed the “connection.”  Bobby’s retelling of the story made me feel that he was deeply honored to have performed for her and her husband, and that she acknowledged him later. 
THE FIRST DEMO RECORDING
 
    Bernard Purdie, Ben Tucker and Bobby Hebb recorded the original demo of “Sunny,” early 1965. Purdie telling this journalist “the minute we  recorded it, we knew it was a hit.”

   Bernard should know, as one of the most recorded drummers in rock  and soul history, on music spanning the decades with Wilson Pickett,  Aretha Franklin and notably on Steely Dan’s hit of “Deacon Blues,”  Pretty Purdie has that instinct, that valuable insight.  When Bobby got a deal with Philips / Mercury Records, he produced a series of demos on acoustic guitar, a second demo of “Sunny” emerging from those  recordings prior to the hit version produced by Jerry Ross, arranged by  the great Joe Renzetti and with notables Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson  and Melba Moore on backing vocals.

   It was the hit rendition, of course, which led to the 1966 Beatles tour.

   On August 17, 1966 the Beatles and Bobby Hebb performed at Maple  Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Bobby was backed up by the legendary Barry  (Tashian) and the Remains. A five minute and fourteen second onrush and foray of “Sunny” with Bobby Hebb and the Remains exploded into the night, and is on our boxed set, SUNNY:  The Bobby Hebb Anthology. Forty eight seconds of applause conclude the  song along with Bobby and Barry’s guitars.  As stated at the opening of this chapter, the first second of the  performance has a guitar strum, on the second moment Bobby says the word “Sunny” to the same avalanche of applause that would greet Beatles’ songs.   It introduced the #1 Cashbox hit (#2 on Billboard Magazine,) song of the summer of 1966 to Beatles/Hebb fandom, already quite fond of the tune, enjoying the melody as it splashed on them at this major event.

    Hebb’s vocal is amazing live in concert, on the same stage that the
Beatles would take later in the night. Smooth and full of emotion, it’s a tender reading at the onset – Bobby felling “ten feet tall” (a theme in another song of Hebb’s, “Treetop High.”) Two and a half minutes into the live show’s rendering  (the 45 version goes to 2:45) Bobby and the Remains go into a Ray  Charles’-styled vamp, a soulful strut with the Remains keeping it light, but together and building.  At 3:32 in Bobby’s amazing voice goes to a Little Richard high (Richard Penniman having been a friend of Hebb’s,)  and then a gritty “one more time now” exploding into the Sunny chorus
again, a total rave-up with the Remains, one of the best groups in the
business, backing up their friend Bobby Hebb, one of the hottest
performers of the year, on a stage with the Beatles, the biggest band in history.  It doesn’t get any better than that.
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   In 1966 it would have been unfathomable to think that
entire books would be written on now-iconic tunes such as “Louie,
Louie,” (two of them, one in 1993 by David Marsh – “Louie, Louie – The  History and the Mythology of the World’s Most Famous Rock and Roll  Song,” and one by a live drummer from the band the Kingsmen, Dick Peterson AuthorHouse (November 4, 2005),) or even a standard as explored in 2003’s Amazing Grace: The Story of America’s Most Beloved Song by  Steve Turner, the fellow who tackled every single known Beatles song in a A Hard Day’s Write: The Stories Behind Every Beatles’ Song, (updated  edition, 2005.)

     Think about this for a moment. “Amazing Grace,” according
to Wikipedia, “is a Christian Hymn published in 1779, with words
written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton.”
187 years later in 1966 an inspirational “sunshine” song from Bobby Hebb  was ever-present on the pop, country and rhythm and blues charts, the  undercurrent of the song, one of hope for a better day.   It resonated – and five decades later there are hundreds of new interpretations finding a  new home on YouTube, artists from Korea to Serbia to Japan to Russia  recording the song– musicians spanning the globe – more than a mere  echo, the soul-stirring love generated by Bobby Hebb’s masterpiece inspiring dance mix dj’s, artists who love to sample the sunshine spirit, long after a song like “Stormy” by Dennis Yost and the Classics IV being inspired by “Sunny.” The hook – “bring back that Sunny day!” is majestic, uplifting and a pure tribute to Bobby Hebb …with the Classics IV also cutting their own rendition of “Sunny.”
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    Prior to Bobby’s passing, two gospel versions of “Sunny” were
recorded, one by Pat Watson, another by Bobby’s cousin, Pastor Rosetta Swain. Bobby was in the studio during the recording of Swain’s production with Pastor Rosetta changing the title (and song itself) from “Sunny” to “Jesus” – with permission.  
 
    Just part of the legacy that started with Bobby in the studio with David Pike in 1965 when Pike recorded his beautiful “Sunny” on the Jazz for the Jet Set disc on Atlantic.   Bringing it all full circle, Bobby Hebb was in the studio with David Pike in 1965, had his own hit with the song in 1966, the song hit on Country, R & B and Pop radio, “the trifecta” as Kal Rudman called it in the liner notes, found the song flourishing over multiple musical genres to every musical instrument you can imagine – harmonica, accordion, banjo, Hammond B-3, all enjoying Bobby Hebb’s work and exploring its nuances. 
 
    Bobby Hebb performed scat singing on a version of Sunny” in the studio with jazz musician Denny Jiosa in Nashville, and then performed with Jiosa live onstage.    Full circle – in the studio with David Pike at the beginning, in the studio with Rosetta Swain and Denny Jiosa as “Sunny” was recreated before Bobby left this world, leaving us with a melody and song that has inspired millions, and will inspire millions more.   From Northern Soul to Sunshine Pop the genres, the musicians, the listeners all feel better when “Sunny” is on the radio or keeps repeating in their minds.  A happy song, a gift to the world from Bobby Hebb.

Rare Oscar Peterson album on Record Store Day April 16, 2016

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Oscar Peterson’s rendition of “Sunny” was one of Bobby Hebb’s all-time favorites.

This rare 1958 album, on new vinyl, made available for Saturday April 16, 2016, Record Store Day. This particular photo snapped at the Burlington Mall, Massachusetts @ Newbury Comics.

Oscar Emmanuel Peterson (August 15, 1925 – December 23, 2007) was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. He was called the “Maharaja of the keyboard” by Duke Ellington, but simply “O.P.” by his friends.[1][2] He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of the greatest jazz pianists,[3] and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Peterson

Sunny, Bobby Hebb’s magical composition, his tours with the Beatles, Jimmy Page and the Yardbirds, the evolution of one of the most significant compositions in pop music history.

SUNNY booklet photo Bobby Hebb

“Sunny” electrified audiences in 1966 when Bobby Hebb took the stage before the Beatles from August 12 – August 29, 1966, the song and the performer getting screams from the audience the way Beatles’ songs were treated. That both “Sunny” and Paul McCartney’s “Yesterday” were in the repertoire of this final Beatles’ tour is a remarkable story given the thousands of recorded versions of both titles fifty years after the two great composers met during the whirlwind concert performances..

In 1966 it would have been unfathomable to think that entire books would be written on now-iconic tunes such as “Louie, Louie,” (two of them, one in 1993 by David Marsh – “Louie, Louie – The History and the Mythology of the World’s Most Famous Rock and Roll Song,” and one by a live drummer from the band the Kingsmen, Dick Peterson AuthorHouse (November 4, 2005),) or even a standard as explored in 2003’s Amazing Grace: The Story of America’s Most Beloved Song by Steve Turner, the fellow who tackled every single known Beatles song in a A Hard Day’s Write: The Stories Behind Every Beatles’ Song, (updated edition, 2005.)
Think about this for a moment. “Amazing Grace,” according to Wikipedia, “is a Christina Hymn published in 1779, with words written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton.” 187 years later in 1966 an inspirational song from Bobby Hebb was ever-present on the pop, country and rhythm and blues charts, the undercurrent of the song, one of hope for a better day. It resonated – and five decades later there are hundreds of new renditions finding a new home on YouTube, artists from Korea to Serbia to Japan to Russia – spanning the globe – more than a mere echo, the soul-stirring love generated by Bobby Hebb’s masterpiece inspiring dance mix dj’s, artists who love to sample the sunshine spirit, a song like “Stormy” by Dennis Yost and the Classics IV being inspired by “Sunny.” The hook – “bring back that Sunny day!” is majestic, uplifting and a pure tribute to Bobby Hebb as Classics IV also did their own rendition of “Sunny.”

Prior to Bobby’s passing, two gospel versions of “Sunny” were recorded, one by Pat Watson, another by Bobby’s cousin, Pastor Rosetta Swain. Bobby was in the studio during the recording of Swain’s rendition which Pastor Rosetta changed from “Sunny” to “Jesus.”

 

– just part of the 20 pages of Chapter 1 Copyright ©2016 Joe Viglione all rights reserved.

 

Update on the Sunny The Song postings !!! 1/24/16

ABOUT THE SUNNY YOU TUBE CHANNELdaphne armony sunny

Daphne Armony with the January 1, 2016 new version of “Sunny”

 

– ok – tonight I did some maintenance on the channel which you can find at Tiny URL dot com / sunnysongofthedayyoutube that’s http://tinyurl.com/sunnysongofthedayyoutube HERE’S WHAT WE HAVE SO FAR, AUGUST 29th with Bobby Hebb performing on an acoustic guitar, a rare video right up to January 26, 2016 with the Anaa Remix of Sunny. We started the SUNNY SONG OF THE DAY series on June 15, 2015 with Harri Stojka sent to us by our archivist Richard E. The day before we posted (on June 14) information on ERPFENBRASS-HART and their rendition of “Sunny” from their CD VERZWUNGEN VOL.ONE We also need to review Wis a Wis performing “Sunny” in the coming month so stay tuned. But that’s our “tune up” on the You Tube page …I have to post August 28 – June 15 – another 74 songs that are on our http://bobbyhebb.blogspot.com – to go with the 170 already on the YouTube page. The SunnytheSong.com page is currently under construction. You can find the songs on this Facebook page with some of them blasted out to Twitter – we have 2 Twitter accounts. Thanks for reading and listening. It’s the 50th Anniversary of the 1966 hit record SUNNY!
Our Archivist Richard sends over Harri Stojka version of “Sunny”
Harri Stojka “Sunny” by Harri Stojka (Google Play • iTunes)
SUNNY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQo8lX9i8oY